(PRWEB) April 14, 2010
Nikki Young’s first Paleo Diet Cookbook series provided not only a wide choice of recipes but flexible and efficient cooking for the Paleo community. Fast forward to April 2010 and Nikki is releasing an updated edition of the Paleo Cookbook series which she claims “makes the Paleo Diet more accessible than ever before.”
Eating healthily always sounds like a chore, visions of chewing celery, crunching sunflower seeds and feeling constantly hungry are enough to put even the most health conscious person off their food. But things seem to be changing, not only in the Paleo cooking world but in the mind of the everyday person. Obesity, high blood pressure, an increase in heart attacks and general decline in health are making the world increasingly conscious of what goes on in the kitchen.
Nikki explains, “There is a reason you have never seen a picture of a fat caveman, and evidence documents that this is directly attributable to diet.” The Paleo Diet claims that by following the diet of our hunter-gatherer ancestors we can live longer, live healthier and live happier. These new Paleo Cookbooks contain 150 recipes per book, 8 food categories and user friendly cooking directions. With modern medicine struggling to cure the ailments of man, Paleo cooking could be the new weapon of choice in a war on illness and consistent visits to the doctor.
Since the first Paleo Cookbook editions, a number of improvements have been made. The first of these improvements is a faster download speed for those with smaller bandwidth. The second is the convenient referencing of metric conversions - something that shall please both sides of the Atlantic. Other improvements include better design application and print friendly pages so you can carry your recipes into the kitchen or stick them on the fridge.
The cookbooks also come packaged with a free 30 day Paleo Diet meal plan and the ‘First Edition’ Paleo Cookbooks at no additional cost. One distinct advantage these digital cookbooks have over their physical counterparts is the sheer value added content, additionally there is no delivery wait involved due to the nature of instant download.
Conventional dieting usually appears boring and bland, yet these Paleo Cookbooks encompass creativity and variety. Whether Meatballs with Roast Fennel and Basil, Moroccan Lamb infused with Citrus Fruits, Chicken Noodle Soup or Pistachio Salsa, cooking Paleo is certainly not boring. And as Nikki explains “for desert lovers who fear forsaking cakes and sweet snacks, there are amongst other treats Coconut Chocolate Snacks and Basil and Lime Sorbet to keep the sugar cravings at bay.”
Dietary studies have shown that a Paleo diet increases energy and sex drive, reduces spots, produces sustainable weight loss, improves your immune system and helps you live longer. With a different recipe for everyday of the week, the Paleo Cookbooks are transforming healthy eating from a nice thought into a reality.
To read more on the second Paleo Cookbooks series go to http://www.paleocookbook.com